We know it is hard to find time in a very busy schedule (especially this year!) to set aside for some CPD. So we want to help and have created a programme of short, free, and easy to attend CPD. So we welcome ALL Teachers/HE Advisors of all ages to the Discover University Bitesize Teacher CPD sessions. We will be hosting 6 sessions this academic year to give you the opportunity to learn new skills for research-informed teaching and meet leading academics from the University of Exeter. We hope you can relax with a cup of tea and gain some useful insights and tips to apply to the classroom straight away. Each session will also have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss topics in greater detail.
Topics we will include but not limited to this year include the effects of 2020 on current students and how to stop the deficit, how to make a more inclusive classroom, how to engage parents greater with learning, improving literacy, developing an understanding of Maths Education amongst others.
We are always looking for new ideas on topics that you would find useful so please do get in touch to share your thoughts.
All our sessions will take place live on zoom from 3.30pm-4.30pm.
We look forward to welcoming you to our talks soon.
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Discover University Bitesize Teacher CPD – Session 1
Join us live with Professor Lee Elliot Major as we explore the effects of 2020 on current students and how to stop the deficit.
Lee Elliot Major is the country’s first Professor of Social Mobility. Appointed by the University of Exeter to be a global leader in the field, his work is dedicated to improving the prospects of disadvantaged young people. As a Professor of Practice, he focuses on research that has a direct impact on policy and practice, working closely with schools, universities, employers, and policymakers.
Open to ALL teachers
Thursday 19th November 3.30pm – 4.30pm
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